“Jigglypuff’s vocal cords can freely adjust the wavelength of its voice. This Pokémon uses this ability to sing at precisely the right wavelength to make its foes most drowsy.” I don’t even know what a Pokémon is! But a group of us were found together, likely dumped by a backyard breeder, and so we banded together as a team. And I don’t know much about being a Jigglypuff either…and I’m not sure I’m wild about the name! But, it is what it is and I’m a female, white Miniature Schnauzer with natural ears and a natural tail. I’m about three years old and I weigh about thirteen pounds. I’m a quiet girl but I’m also a little timid. I was initially scared leaving my crate but I was never aggressive when I was handled and picked up. I got used to those loving SRT arms right away! I might be OK around children but given my shy / timid ways, I definitely need to be around gentle children and gentle people in general. I’ve had no issues meeting other dogs outside my Pokémon team. I can have a friend or not have a friend…it’s not all that important to me. Unlike my team, I haven’t yet got the hang of that leash thing! But I am crate trained (obviously). I haven’t been around long enough to demonstrate my house training skills…but I’m working on that. Stay tuned! I’d just like a real home. Not a ‘here’s your job’ home….but a loving home where I’m part of the family. Where I’m part of the team! Catch the Jigglypuff! Click the ‘Adopt’ tab, complete your adoption application at www.SchnauzerRescueTexas.me and put me, Jigglypuff, as a dog of interest.
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